BJ The Chicago Kid released his In My Mind album in early February, and today he let loose a track that was originally slated to be on that project. “OMG” is a soul-drenched, dark track that has a very cinematic feel to it. Jay Rock sounds as hungry as ever on his guest verse, and . . .
BJ The Chicago Kid is one of the first artists I refer people to after they claim that “there aren’t any real singers anymore.” The talented vocalist just dropped a two-part video for “OMG / Woman’s World,” the former featuring a guest appearance from Jay Rock. The two take a trip through Los Angeles before . . .
Jay Rock collects guest features from fellow TDE representers Kendrick Lamar and SZA for “Traffic Jam,” a newly released remix of 90059 standout track “Easy Bake.” The highlight of the new version is more bars from Kendrick, and a new instrumental that gives everything a new feel. Production comes courtesy of Antydote, thankgod4cody & Chris Calor. Stream . . .
Jay Rock‘s long awaited 90059 album is in stores. The West Coast veteran keeps the buzz going with a risqué new video for “The Ways,” featuring a guest appearance from up and coming singer & songwriter SiR. The two get wild in a strip club full of beautiful female companionship. Watch the video for “The . . .
Well, isn’t this a wonderful day. Jay Rock and Black Hippy as a whole reunite for “Vice City.” This track is set to be featured on Jay’s long anticipated 90059 album, which releases tonight. The four emcees – Jay, Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul, and ScHoolboy Q, each deliver in due time. Stream “Vice City” below, and . . .
Late last night, a new Jay Rock record made its way into the world, courtesy of Shade 45 Radio. “Easy Bake” is a tense listen, featuring a guest feature from the one and only Kendrick Lamar. This is set to be featured on Jay’s forthcoming 90059 LP, which may or may not arrive on September 4th. . . .
It takes a special level of patience to be a passionate Jay Rock fan. The rugged West Coast lyricist has had minimal output in recent years, to the point that many have begun to wonder exactly what his game plan is. His latest drop, the Taebeast-produced “9009,” is a gritty cut that also serves as . . .
Although it might be coming slower than some might expect or desire, Jay Rock has been steadily releasing quality music in recent months. “Gumbo,” the third single from Jay’s yet-to-be-released album, is another strong release. Production by J.LBS and mixing courtesy of MixedByAli keeps quality top notch. Jay still sounds as focused and hungry as . . .
TDE affiliate Jay Rock releases the visual to his latest track “Money Trees Deuce”. The Flippa produced hustler’s anthem is matched with a Jack Begert directed visual, which gives the hunger-driven track an additional narrative; not to mention another chance to enjoy Rock’s flow. With a the single and video to go, maybe a new Jay Rock . . .
Jay Rock‘s “Money Trees Deuce” gets a new dose of musicality and complexity courtesy of producers Su Na and Mensah. The original ominous brass melodies of the original are left intact, but they’re reinforced by piano, synths, and more intense percussion. Stream su na and mensah’s “Money Trees Deuce” below.
“If you hold me back from pursuing, ain’t no coming back.” Jay Rock revisits one of his most impactful guest verses with “Money Trees Deuce,” a song remodeled after Kendrick Lamar‘s “Money Trees.” The California veteran sounds as seasoned and experienced as ever over jazzy Flippa production. He continues to show his hunger for success, and . . .
It’s never hard to figure out where Jay Rock is from. The California heavy hitter’s “Parental Advisory” pays homage to the West Coast hip-hop sound. The newly released video offers a glimpse into the rugged environment that molded Jay Rock into the dynamic, gritty rapper that he is today. Watch the video for “Parental Advisory” . . .
A new Jay Rock single floated from the skies today, and it’s definitely up to standards. “Pay For It” features fellow TDE spitter Kendrick Lamar and vocalist Chantal. Intensity in the air, to say the least. Stream “Pay For It” below.
It’s been a while since we heard a standalone single from Jay Rock, but “Parental Advisory” is a certified banger. New members have entered into TDE, and albums have been released. Jay Rock is still here. “Parental Advisory” is undeniably West Coast, and Jay sounds as hungry as ever. We’re still expecting a Jay Rock . . .
Dark, menacing, and soulful, “A Project Mind” is a collaboration between TDE’s Co-President Punch, Jay Rock, and BJ The Chicago Kid. “A Project Mind” provides a realistic, firsthand window into the survival-centric mindset of a man or woman trapped in the threatening circumstances of extreme poverty. Stream “A Project Mind” below.